Hayley Devitt Nabuurs, B.A., M.Pl.
Hayley Devitt Nabuurs is a Heritage Planner with Letourneau Heritage Consulting Inc. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Trent University and is working towards a Master’s of Urban and Regional Planning from Queen’s University (expected April 2020). Hayley’s master’s report research concerned the reconciliation of heritage and accessibility and has been presented at heritage and planning conferences.
Hayley has experience in both the public and private planning sector and the museum sector. She has previously worked as a Heritage Planning Research Assistant with the City of Guelph, completing a heritage plaque inventory and property designation research. She has also worked at Lang Pioneer Village Museum and The Canadian Canoe Museum in both historic interpreter and supervisor roles. Hayley is currently a committee member with the Ontario Business Improvement Area Association on the development of a provincial heritage and accessibility conference.
At Letourneau Heritage Consulting Inc., Hayley has worked on various and complex cultural heritage evaluation reports, planning strategy reports, and heritage impact assessments. She specializes in policy research and analysis, and property history research.